Base Camp Duffel (S)

Base Camp Duffel (S)

The North Face

$129.00

The durable, 50-liter capacityBase Camp Duffel (S) delivers deeply considered features and legendary rugged construction and is made with 100% recycled body and boot materials.
  • Water-resistant material, extra bartacks and double stitching
  • D-zip opening with a weather-resistant, zippered flap
  • Four compression straps
  • Mesh-bag packaging keeps the duffel clean
  • Two padded side handles serve as both duffel carry handles and haul handles
  • Removable, adjustable, alpine-cut shoulder straps for an ergonomic fit with minimal twisting
  • Water-resistant ID window on top
  • Main compartment has a secure-zip mesh pocket and an end-cap mesh sleeve pocket for more organization
Weight: 2lb 10oz / 1,195g
Volume: 50 Liters / 3,051 In³

Description

The durable, 50-liter capacityBase Camp Duffel (S) delivers deeply considered features and legendary rugged construction and is made with 100% recycled body and boot materials.

  • Water-resistant material, extra bartacks and double stitching
  • D-zip opening with a weather-resistant, zippered flap
  • Four compression straps
  • Mesh-bag packaging keeps the duffel clean
  • Two padded side handles serve as both duffel carry handles and haul handles
  • Removable, adjustable, alpine-cut shoulder straps for an ergonomic fit with minimal twisting
  • Water-resistant ID window on top
  • Main compartment has a secure-zip mesh pocket and an end-cap mesh sleeve pocket for more organization

Weight: 2lb 10oz / 1,195g
Volume: 50 Liters / 3,051 In³

Additional information

Variant

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